While Jobs memorial meeting is having on Stanford University, Samsung and Apple patent war is still fireing. the Wall Street Journal is reporting today that Samsung filed for preliminary injunctions in the Tokyo District Court and in the New South Wales Registry, Australia. This time, the goal is to block and restrict sales of the iPhone 4S, which launched in both countries last Friday.
It’s not far from last September, Apple stops Samsung to present Galaxy Tablet on Continue reading
Closely after Lenovo surpassed Dell to become the world’s second largest PC vendor at the end of the third quarter, according to research firms IDC and Gartner. Chief Executive Officer Yang Yuanqing said, Lenovo Group Ltd. aims to become the world’s biggest maker of personal-computers after it overtook Dell Inc. to rank second in the industry last quarter.
“We will continue to outgrow the market,” Yang said in a Continue reading
Samsung Galaxy S II is Samsung’s latest and greatest superphone, and even the best in the world so far. very soon millions around you will have a one. The device packs a dual core 1.2 Ghz processor, a 4.3″ Super AMOLED Plus display, runs Android 2.3.3 out of the box with Sammy’s TouchWiz 4 on top.
But every thing has some tweaks and shortcuts that can make your experience even better are tucked away. This post aims to showcase a bunch of tips Continue reading
Jobs”s death on Oct 6th has affected the whole IT industry’s nerve, it directly reflects in sensitive capital market, Apple’s smart phones and tablet competitors from Samsung, HTC etc. their stock price has raised dramatically, it seems a revolution for those ones who live under the shadow of Apple iPhone, iTunes, iPad in the past 7 to 8 years.
No 1 competitor: Google
According to ComScore research, within the 3 months till August 2011, Android takes account of 43.7% while Apple iOS Continue reading
Since Oct 5 Jobs death, Apple’s main competitors including Samsung, HTC and Amazon stock price has raised much. This no doubt gives the competitor changes to overcome Apple. Recently, Amazon released kindle Fire and other 3 models of e-book reader and the cheapest one lower to $79. These 3 models are two Kindle Touch with touch function and another Kindle with physical button.
People may consider who will benefit most from the Amazon Kindle Fire rise sharply? But before the problem, the rise sharply has brings patent suit Continue reading
The new iPhone 4S has upgrade to iOS 5 and iCloud built-in and some new features are coming together.
Its camera has up to 1080p now, so record in 1080p and 1080p video playing is supported as well as Samsung Galaxy S2. Its 8 M camera is worthy buying if you hope to upload 1080p video to YouTube.
Locate your lost iPhone.
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It must be a interesting thing to compare spec between iPhone 4S and Samsung Galaxy S2. Before the real iPhone 4S unveil, so many professional expect or amateur lovers has predicted or expected new iPhone, now the dream wake up. And let just make a simple comparison calmly to accept the truth.
The Galaxy S2 is 8.49mm thick and it weighs just 116g. The iPhone 4S Continue reading
Apple last Tuesday released its “New” iPhone—–iPhone 4S, which merely upgraded the phone’s camera from a 5-megapixel sensor to an 8-megapixel sensor, 1080p support and iOS 5 built-in and the coolest Siri.
Facing its still 3.5 inch display and same dual-core A5 chip that the iPad 2 does and heart-broke completely no 4G capability, we can directly show our disappoint to it, but Continue reading
Kindle Fire Tablet is Amazon’s most ambitious foray into hardware since the original Kindle’s debut. The Kindle Fire could be the first truly successful Android tablet. It touts a very reasonable $200 price tag, a well-curated app store, easy access to Amazon’s cloud-based services, brand trust and recognition.
The strong advantage from Amazon you can’t ignore:
Amazon has brand recognition, a bevy of existing loyal Kindle e-reader owners, and a Web-based e-commerce platform Continue reading
Amazon Kindle Tab is enter the releasing count down time, many friends are caring the concert specs except we know the Name is Kindle Fire Tab, with 7.1 inch display and maybe at a price of $249. And here let’s get to the point.
According to Ryan Block at gdgt, Amazon’s tablet will look a lot like Research in Motion’s Blackberry Playbook tablet–a 7-inch slab with sharp corners. That’s because Continue reading